Edge Services Observability is a tool used to monitor Edge Services running on Unified Access Gateways. We’ve provided readily available dashboards to help you easily understand...
- Performance based on utilization
- Distribution of Traffic
- Device Traffic Rules impact
- Ready to deploy virtual appliance (OVA)
- Web Portal for managing the list of UAGs to be monitored
- Dashboards for visualizing metrics from VMware Tunnel and VMware Horizon
- Ability to configure alerts based on conditions to get notified and detect anomalies
- 2 vCPU and4GB of memory for Edge Services Observability Appliance
- vCenter Server 6.x or greater
Detailed Instructions and FAQs can be found in this blog
- Download the OVA file
- Use vCenter to “Deploy OVF Template”
- Customize the following properties as required:
- Network Properties
- Password for logging into the Appliance Operating System (SSH/ vCenter Console)
- Password for accessing Admin Portal and Dashboards Page
- SSH Access
- Debug Logging for appliance deployment
- Once the appliance is deployed and powered on, launch a web browser to access Admin Portal by navigating to the FQDN (over HTTPS) of the appliance
- Log in with the password configured during the deployment of the appliance (Username is “admin”)
- The “Home Page” provides an overview and links to configure UAG list and access Dashboards
- Navigate to the “UAGs” tab or select “Manage UAGs” link to configure the list of UAGs to be monitored
- Add the UAGs that need to be monitored using the “Add UAG” button
- The following information is required when adding a UAG:
- Hostname or IP
- Friendly Name (This name will be used in the dashboard as the legend for the UAG in the widget chart)
- Admin Username (UAG Admin username)
- Password (UAG Admin password)
- Certificate Thumbprint of UAG Admin Portal (served at port 9443 of UAG)
- Deployment Type (Prod / UAT / Dev)
- Click 'Save'
- Once saved, click on “View Dashboards” link on the top right of the "UAGs" page to access the Dashboards
- Login with the password configured during the deployment of the appliance to view the dashboards (Username is “admin”)
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